This webinar is about research: what it is, why it is important to us and how we can do it. With Professor Susan Bewley of Kings College London, who is part of the 4M Steering Group, and members of the 4M programme. Please click here. To view a background intro presentation on why research is important, please click here.
For a one-page overview of our project please click here.
We have held a webinar about the quality of life of women living with HIV in the UK. This includes a presentation by Meaghan Kall of Public Health England about findings from the national Positive Voices Study, 2017; followed by a presentation by Fungai Murau of 4MNet about the human rights dimensions of quality of […]
We have held a webinar about issues facing women living with HIV in relation to immigration to the UK. To view the ppt by Dr Fionnuala Finnerty, click here.
We are very happy to share an advocacy brief about the 4MNet work during 2017 and beyond. Click here to see it.
We have held a webinar, presented by Dr Yvonne Gilleece, on current British HIV Association Guidelines.
We are happy to announce that our poster at this conference was singled out for oral presentation and an award. To read more and view the poster, click here.
Thanks to funding from MAC AIDS Fund, we are really pleased to announce that the 14 Mentor Mothers trained in the workshop described below have now formed the new 4MNet National Network of Women living with HIV who are Mentor Mothers. To celebrate International Women’s Day, 8 March 2018, the women are happy to share […]
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